Brandon Knight made it through practice today and will be a game-time decision when the Pistons visit Washington on Wednesday.

Knight has missed the past three games with a hyperextended right knee.

“We’re not committing to anything,” said Pistons coach Lawrence Frank. “We’ll just see how he reacts.

“We did contact, a lot of contact. We’ll just wait and see how he reacts.”

Knight is averaging 13.6 points, 4.3 assists and 3.4 rebounds in 56 games.

Streaking: The Pistons will try to snap a three-game losing streak tonight. The Wizards have won seven of their past nine, including a season-high four straight Feb. 4-11. The Pistons snapped that streak with a 96-85 win at the Palace on Feb. 13. The Pistons have won the past five meetings against Washington.

“We aren’t taking any team lightly at all, that’s for sure,” center Greg Monroe said. “We can’t mark any game on our calendar. Right now, it’s a must-win game because it’s our next game.

“We know we lost the past three games, and we know we’ve got to get back on track. It just so happens that they’re the next team, so we feel like we need to win this game.”